Congress Party Vice-President Rahul Gandhi Queues up at SBI to exchange Rs 4000


Rahul Gandhi Queues up at SBI : Today Congress Party Vice-President Rahul Gandhi Queues up at ATM to exchange Rs 4000 , Rahul Gandhi queued up outside the State Bank of India’s Parliament Street Branch in New Delhi on Friday.

As soon he reached there with his entourage , the SBI reacted by pulling all the people lined up outside its doors inside the bank building. When media reached the spot and tried to talk to Rahul Gandhi he said : ” You – from the media – will not understand why I am here, your karodpati owners will not understand, nor will your Prime Minister. I am here to express solidarity with the common folks who are experiencing so much difficulty in getting at their own money, or changing their hard earned money.”

He also asked ” do you see any suited and booted person standing in the line here for hours since morning? It is only the common man – I want to stand with this man.”

“I have come to exchange Rs. 4,000. My people are in pain and are suffering, I have come to stand with them,” the Congress Vice President told reporters.

Surrounded by personnel of the Special Protection Group, the 45-year-old offered to stand in the queue but was whisked away. “I want to stand in the line, with my people who are suffering. But as soon as I came, they moved the people inside…,” he complained.

Taking a swipe at PM Modi and the government, he said, “The government should be for these people, not a select 10 or 15 people who are not here.”Mr Gandhi, in a white shirt and jeans, gamely posed for selfies with customers who were stunned to find a VIP in their midst.

He Mainly Stated

“Who does this govt. work for? For a few rich businessmen or for these common people?”

They are seeing this is a measure that will not even be like a drop in the ocean as far as getting at black money is concerned.Opposition parties, including the Congress, have criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government for inconveniencing the public by abruptly demonetising the high-value currency notes, which account for 86% of the currency in circulation by value.

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